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High-Percentage Tennis Tactics Guidelines: Directionals

Monday, April 20th, 2009

In this High-Percentage Tennis video, high-percentage groundstrokes are identified based on ball crossing or not crossing your body and relationship of ball and player.
if an incoming ball is outside shot as defined by shots that cross body, the high percentage groundstroke is no change of direction (C.O.D) of ball.
if an incoming ball is inside shot as defined by shots that do not cross body, the high percentage groundstroke is change of direction of ball.
high percentage groundstroke change direction guideline:
outside = no C.O.D
inside = C.O.D
For a down-the-line groundstroke, the high percentage shot is to hit the ball perpendicular (90 degree) to baseline. The shot aiming to the sideline is low percentage shot.
For players with inside-out forehand as a weapon, the high percentage shot is no C.O.D on deep inside-out forehand, and C.O.D on short inside-out forehand.

Point Situations

Monday, April 20th, 2009

Here is an outline of the unfolding of a typical point as described on acecoach.com for situation training of Game-based Approach (GBA).
Initiation: starting a point with serve or return of serve,
Build: trading shots from the baseline,
Advantage: taking charge of the point and pressuring the opponent,
Finish: closing out the point,
Stay-in: surviving the attack of an opponent or turning the point around when the opponent is challenging.
How well you play in each situation will contribute to your final winning percentage.

Scout Opponents

Saturday, February 21st, 2009

During a tournament. Watch two or three games about opponents’ favorite shots and their placement, serving tendencies, movement, fitness level, mental toughness.
During the match warm-up, see which side they like to take the ball when you hit down the middle. Offer volleys and overheads. See where they like to hit their serves.
During a match, take the first two games to figure out your strategy. Make continuous adjustments to your strategy during the entire match.



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